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his academic and athletic responsibilities... and athletic director monica barrett has been placed on leave. we've also learned the school has officially filed an appeal with the a-i-a...as it tries to get its playoff suspension overturned.the team was banned from the playoffs...after the a-i-a determined offseason p-e classes... were actually illegal football practices.the a-i-a board will hold a teleconference tomorrow... and final decision.playoff brackets will be released saturday.we've been getting you answers on this story from the very beginning and of course... we'll let you know what they decide. also coming into our newsroom ...a student was taken to the hospital...after a school bus crash in scottsdale. 49 students were on board... when the bus rear ended another vehicle near the corner of 114th street and via linda. none of the injuries are serious.right now police are
county sheriff's office says a cyber attack sent more than 100 hang-up calls to 9-1-1 last night. deputies were able to shut it down...before it crashed the valley's emergency system.zahid arab is live now...and zahid... deputies have made an arrest?... they did......an 18- year-old....just a young man... who's now here at the 4th ave jail.he told detectives this was all supposed to be a joke...to get him online hacker and programming community.a prank that's turned into a police record. the cyber crimes unit arrested 18-year-old meetkumar desai on three counts of computer tampering....after detectives say he admitted to sending out a twitter link...that officials say more than 18- hundred people clicked on.... that caused people's phones to dial 9-1-1 over and over, not allowing them to hang up. surprise police say it received more than a hundred of the bogus call....tieing up it's operators from actual emergencies.peoria police as well as agencies in california
cyber crimes detectives found the link last night...and were able to shut it down to prevent other systems from being compromised.a local computer expert says....the consequences of that could have impacted lives. says " you would hate to be the person in need of 911 services when something like this is going on. you cant get through, there's probably no more of a helpless situation to be in. when you're reaching out for help on the one known commodity we all count on." m-c-s-o tells us....desai got the computer bug from an online friend...and tweaked it...to add pop ups...and commands to activate the dialing feature on iphones. live in phoenix, za, cbs 5 news. we've also learned tonight that donald trump is making a return to arizona. paperwork approved today by the state... shows the republican nominee is planning a rally at the state capitol
donald trump junior confirmed his dad is coming to town. we're working to get the final details for trump's visit...which will be his 7th of the campaign. and more breaking news just coming into our newsroom right now....this is a live look a laquardia airport in new york....where mike pence's plane has skidded off the runway.no one on board was hurt.we're stil
happened...and will bring you more as it comes into the newsroom. police nabbed two suspects.. after an armed robbery in verrado.buckeye police were called out to a report of shots fired.they say a gunman robbed someone.. and fired a shot.. but no one was hurt. investigators haven't said what they were trying to steal. officers captured the suspects pretty quickly after that.here they are -- 30-year old eloy gallegos... and 32-year old michael bean... both from phoenix.police say they'll be charged with armed robbery, aggravated assault and various weapon related offenses. there are questions tonight about whether the millions already spent to defend sheriff joe arpaio's racial profiling case - is putting public safety at risk.cbs 5 's derek staahl joins us - and derek the sheriff has added
team - and they are high dollar attorney's. they are - it's estimated that so far the racial profiling case against arpaio has cost the county more than 48 million dollars. the sheriff just hired out of state attorneys that will be paid directly out of the sheriff's budget... the same money used to patrol the streets. back in september.. the sheriff's office asked county supervisors to pick up the tab for a new washington d-c based racial profiling case..one million dollars - supervisors said - no.taxpayers have already paid tens of millions for a full team of "local" defense attorneys.but yesterday - those d-c lawyers filed these motions in court - on behalf of the sheriff.turns out: he hired them anyway.an m-c-s-o spokesman told us: the money was coming out of the sheriff's office budget.. but
would be impacted by the new expense. steve gallardo via facetime:is the sheriff's office able to do they continue to cut out of their to do their job ...no. the sheriff he needs to be able to pay for his own legal defense. (29) 3 according to a court filing from a different case - that d-c firm charges at least 895- dollars an hour.the case against the sheriff is projected to cost taxpayers 72 million dollars... by a federal judge has denied a motion...calling for work to stop on the loop 202 expansion. in the ruling today..the judge said it was unlikely the a federal judge has said it was unlikely that freeway opponents would succeed in their legal battle to stop this project. the initial construction phase of the 22-mile long expansion began last month with the project expected to be complete the by
degrees, beat the old record of 98 set in 2001. pretty impressive heat out there, as well as some cloud cover. clouds out to the west of us. shower activity around southern california. series of systems move into southern california, bringing them much-needed rainfall. for us, just a few passing clouds. temperatures still warm outside, 98 degre into the mid-80s by 11:00. will it cool down for the holiday? after one bad decision, drunk driving was not the only thing that got this college student in trouble. what she was doing that caused thor hit the back of her patrol car. >> an american treasure comes to a computer near you.
a dramatic rescue today at a burning apartment building in new york city. >> a firefighter dangling from a rope was able to pull a person from a window. that person was trapped on the 5th floor. those people were able to get out safe. one person was killed in the fire. five others were injured. federal agents are using bean bag rounds and making arrests protestors trying to stop an oil pipeline from being built in north dakota. police say they are illegally on private land. s in italy are scrambling to find housing for thvensd people displaced by a pair of very strong earthquakes yesterday. they struck the same region hit by a deadly quake in august. a texas a&m student charged with drunk driving after she crashed into their patrol unit while trying to send a topless
police found an open bottle of wine in that car. it appears that kid are trading in their crowns for cakes. for the first time in 11 years, princess is no longer the top halloween costume. superhero will be the no. 1 costume for trick or treaters. the valley is becoming a mecca for the self-driving car industry.
[ chanting ] things protestors and supporters gather at the rally with donald trump jr. he made a stop in the valley trying to get millennial support for his father. >> he spoke to people on the asu campus. the bilge news trump jr. telling that crowd that his father will return to the valley on saturday. dennis welsh is live with more. how many times does this make a trump visit?
seventh appearance in the valley since launching his presidential bid since june of 2015. we'll be at the state capitol to rally the troops in the final day of the election. the people that came here today got a taste of what to expect over the weekend during his brief speech, trump jr. hit all the highlights from his father's campaign, bad trade deals, the national debt and security. >> when you look at the problems that we have as a country, it's you guys, it's the millennials, you guys are gonna get stuck on with this.
appearance again on saturday, a clear sign that they're making a full court press in arizona. mr. trump is in jeopardy of hughes arizona. cited newly released e-mails from wikileaks showed overlapping relationships tw and the family's private gains. >> he called the arrange unorthodox. the rest of us call it outright corrupt. >> some in the media are calling it bill clinton incorporated. >> the campaign calls these leaks illegal and says the website is working with the russian government to affect the outeconomist general election. you're seeing hillary clinton joining forces with
north carolina. >> you're getting the idea here that i believe everything we care about is at stake in this election. >> tomorrow clinton heads to pennsylvania. this weekend she will be in ohio. congressman franks is weighing in on this election and his choice is pretty clear for donald trp. the best for our children, we have to keep in mind that putting hillary clinton in the white house i think should it should make every american sleep with the lights on. >> he said clinton would be the wrong choice for women and trump would have their long-term interests. the space shuttle discovery is an american treasure. and these days it's the subject. a massive photo shoot.
image that you can access from anywhere in the world. >> how many pictures do you think you will have taken? >> we estimate that we'll have taken between 5,000 and 10,00015-megapixel images of the shuttle. >> reporter: they're putting pictures together to create a discovery. it will look similar to this finished stand of the apollo command module. but this will detail the entire spacecraft. >> to document the object and
>> reporter: visitors can only see the shuttle from the outside. the 3d version will allow them to explore inside too. >> reporter: by picking up all the nuances of color and shape and texture, they're going to bring this space shuttle to life. >> reporter: the team has also completed scans of the t-rex dinosaur. >> illuminated by intense lighting conditions. >> reporter: and this portrade record heat today. as we start out the evening hours, gonna stick around off and on for friday. temperatures still pretty warm. high today of 100 degrees. the old record 98 set in 2001. upper 90s right now,
at five miles per hour. everybody post about this heat this evening. pumpkin, hay rides, swimming pools. saw a few pictures on facebook and twitter twitter. we were the hotspot in the southwest. we're dealing with some cloud, continuing to move toward the east. a series of systems moving into california. futurecast has a chance of rain, much-needed rainfall from los angeles to san francisco. we'll see some morning clouds around here in the valley, and another round of showers in the forecast, around california by the tail end of
clouds on halloween. and the 7-day forecast, low to mid-90s on saturday, then things finally cool down. sunday and monday, temperatures around 86, and mid-80s, look at that, gang. next week. looking very nice. >> not bad , thanks paul. the high school football season winding down. tomorrow night, some fans may be doing a double take when they see this running back. we're here to tell
i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above
three lion cubs, a white tiger cub and a leopard cub are all on display at the park's popular baby animal nursery. right now they're all getting around the clock care. over the next few weeks, they'll switch from formula to eating meat. >> so they grow up and claw your face off. right there. [ laughter ] apparently bear cubs are keeping a close eye on series. they changed the scoreboard to 1-1. the bears have picked the cubs to win it all. >> i do not agree. [ laughter ] says -- the champions have a dynamic running back that
bettis. >> reporter: a powerhouse of physicality. cesar chavez tailback mike rogers visit the physique and bruising running style of former steelers tailback jerome bettis. it's safe to say rogers is baby bettis. >> when the ball gets in my hand, i look up and look to shake them. >> gonna be a big-time college you can't say that about too many guys. today's running backs have to be the full package. michael does have amount of what it's gonna take. >> reporter: rogers is a 6'4", 243 pound rock. always thinking full steam ahead. >> i just make my move, whatever happens. >> reporter: don't think he's all power.
touchdown celebration. [ laughter ] >> reporter: rogers traded in the skyscrapers of the big apple for the arizona sunsets. last year he left his mom and dad behind for a new lease on life with his oftenem in the valley. >> i just like over here would be a better opportunity for me to achieve. i got good friend, good teammates, good brothers. >> reporter: baby belt bettis is thriving at a backfield. he could familiar terrell suggs who switched to defense after having a standout tailback career. >> i don't care about position, i just want to help the team as much as possible. >> great story. thanks. the news at 5:30 up next. >> football is over on the nfl
it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands.
and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. woman: a school that used to be run by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. man: congressional candidate not only ran a boarding school rife with abuse, he supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them. paul babeu is unfit to represent us.
vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor she was raped by her uncle. her counselor called sheriff joe arpaio's office. but arpaio failed to protect her. for three more years, sabrina's uncle continued to rape her - and arpaio did nothing. rapes, assaults, even child molestation, remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda.
is where the new testing hub will be, right off the i-10 and pe c -- pecos. you might have seen them once or twice in chandler. you're about to see more of them across the valley. >> this has been a really exciting announcement. >> reporter: chandler will also be home 39,000 square foot driverless car testing hub. it will house a fleet of cars and testing operations. the mayor says it will create jobs and bring business to the area. >> it just solidifies our reputation as the innovation and technology hub of the southwest. >> reporter: the cars work by using maps to know where they're and sensors to predict what's around them. they've caused virtually no crashes on chandler roads yet. and as the program